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Edexcel GCE Core 2 Mathematics C2 advanced subsidary jan 2006 6664 mark scheme

Edexcel GCE Core 2 Mathematics C2 advanced subsidary jan 2006 6664 mark scheme

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GCE
Edexcel GCE
Core Mathematics C2 (6664)
January 2006
Mark Scheme (Results)
   E   d  e  x  c  e   l   G   C   E
   C  o  r  e   M  a   t   h  e  m  a   t   i  c  s   C   2   (   6   6   6   4   )
 
 
 
January 20066664 Core Mathematics C2Mark Scheme
 Question Scheme Marksnumber1. (a) 2+1-5 +
c
= 0 or -2 +
c
= 0 M1
c
= 2 A1 (2)(b) f(
 x
) =
( )
( )
2
1232
 x x x
+
 
(
 x
1) B1division M1= …
( )(
212
 x x
)
+
 
M1 A1 (4)(c) f 
 
( )
32
279152842
c
= × + +
 
M1Remainder =
c
+ 1.5 = 3.5 ft their
c
A1ft (2)
8
(a) M1 for evidence of substituting
 x
= 1 leading to linear equation in
c
 (b) B1 for identifying (
 x
– 1) as a factor1
st
M1 for attempting to divide.Other factor must be at least
( )
2
2 one other term
 x
+
 
2
nd
M1 for attempting to factorise a quadratic resulting from attempted divisionA1 for just
( )
.
(
212
 x x
+
)
(c) M1 for attempting
32
f()
±
.
If not implied by 1.5 +
c
, we must see somesubstitution of 
32
±
.
A1 follow through their
c
only, but it must be a number.
 
 
)
2
 Question Scheme Marksnumber2. (a)
( ) (
9
9119 ;2
 px px p
+ = + +
 x
B1 B1 (2)(b) 9
 p
= 36, so
 p
= 4 M1 A1
2
98or 362
q p
×=
2
 p
or 36
 p
if that follows from their (a) M1So
q
= 576 A1cao (4)
6
(a) 2
nd
B1 for
2
9()2
 px
 
or better. Condone ,” not +”.(b) 1
st
M1 for a linear equation for
 p
.2
nd
M1 for either printed expression, follow through their
 p
.N.B.
2
1936
 px p
+ +
x
 
leading to
 p
= 4,
q
= 144 scores B1B0 M1A1M1A0 i.e 4/63. (a) [= 26] M1
( ) ( ) ( )
222
435
 AB
= +
 
 AB
= 26 A1 (2)(b)
435,22
 p
=
 
M1
+
=
75,22
 
A1 (2)(c)
( ) ( )
222
2
 p p
 AB x x y y
+ =
 
LHS M1
 
RHS M1oe A1 c.a.o (3)
( ) ( )
22
3.52.56.5
 x y
+ =
 
7
(a) M1 for an expression for
 AB
or N.B. (
2
 AB
212
)...
 x x
+ +
is M0(b) M1 for a full method for
 p
 x
 
(c) 1
st
M1 for using their
 p
 x
 
and in LHS
 p
 y
2
nd
M1 for using their
 AB
in RHSN.B.
 x y
 
scores, of course, 3/3 for part (c).
22
75120
 x y
+ − − + =
Condone use of calculator approximations that lead to correct answer given.

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